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Alcohol May Damage Your Heart

A pleasant bromide shared by casual wine drinkers, often made in jest, is that they are drinking for heart health. In the past, a number of widely publicized studies have argued in favor of the occasional tipple. This line of thinking is now under scrutiny as additional research casts the health benefits of liquor into doubt. In what is sure to be bad news to the occasional imbiber, NewsMax reports that "long-term drinking even moderate amounts of alcohol may increase some people's risk of stroke" and that "this new information should temper any drinking that may be occurring because people think it's good for their heart."

Excessive drinking is a recipe for disaster and a health scourge. Every year the health of thousands are ruined and otherwise productive lives wasted by this potent intoxicant. Alcohol can impair decision-making abilities and motor skills. It is frequently a factor in vehicular accidents, violent behaviors, unplanned pregnancy, and sexually transmitted diseases. Excessive alcohol consumption can lead to the lethal danger of alcohol poisoning. Whatever the perceived merits of alcohol might be, it is important to remember that it is extreme dangerous when consumed in quantity.
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